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History - The all-volunteer, 501(C)3 non-profit Maywood Station Historical Committee was formed in May 2002 to save, restore and preserve the 1872-built landmark New York, Susquehanna & Western railroad station in Maywood, NJ. The majority of the restoration was concluded by the membership during the summer of 2004. The station is now listed on the National and New Jersey Historic Registers. In September 2004, the station was opened as a museum covering railroad and local history. The museum has acquired and restored a caboose where additional displays and an operating model train layout are featured and New York, Susquehanna & Western ALCO S-2 Locomotive #206, which is also listed on the National and New Jersey Historic Registers. Open Houses are conducted periodically throughout the year.

Artifacts Collections - Artifacts from the 1870's through the current day pertaining to railroad and local history

Research Collections -
1000's of official railroad drawings, photographs, ledgers, tickets, waybills, timetables, correspondence and artifacts

Educational Programs - Class trips, scouting tours, senior tours, tours for other outside organizations. Loaning of material is made by the discretion of the volunteer staff. No fees are requested, donations are welcome.

Library - Access: General Public, Students, Scholars, Members
              Appointment Required: Yes

Publications - Quarterly Newsletter and e-mail updates to members and by request
                       The Maywood Station Historical Committee Newsletter

Photo and Filming Inquiries - The Maywood Station Museum is available by appointment only for commercial  photography and movie filming purposes and has become a popular location for wedding, engagement, modeling, and magazine photo shoots; advertising backdrops; film commercials; and movie shoots. Due to insurance reasons, PERMISSION MUST BE OBTAINED IN ADVANCE FROM THE MAYWOOD STATION MUSEUM AND THE NEW YORK, SUSQUEHANNA & WESTERN RAILWAY CORPORATION FOR ANY PROPOSED COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY OR FILMING AT THE STATION OR ON THE MUSEUM GROUNDS. The Maywood Station Museum also offers our own in-house photography and video services.